Scythian Gold and Turquoise Zoomorphic Handle, Southern Urals, c. century BC Scythian art combined Eastern elements with influences from the Hellenic states on the northern coast of the Black Sea. The principal feature of Scythian art is its use.
A SCYTHIAN GOLD APPLIQUÉ circa late 5th century b.c. The sheet plaque die-formed in the form of a stag in right profile, with multiple branched, curling antlers, pierced for attachment five times along the edges
Anglo-Saxon Bird-Shaped Brooch, Found in France; Medium: Silver-gilt, garnets, no spring/pin extant; Artistic traditions that developed at Kent spread through the export of objects, this would have been an export or a copy of an export;
CUP WITH HORSES - Scythian Gold 5th c., gold, amber, glass Ar D: U·5 cm; H: (max) 5.2 cm; wt: 233 g. From Bratoliubivs'kyi Kurhan, near village of Ol'hyno, Hornostaivs'kyi Raion, Khersons'ka Oblast'. UKRAINE